Be recognized for complying with the strictest standards in terms of information security.
In order to ensure security is properly managed, its life cycle should be initially determined, as well as the relevant aspects adopted to ensure its:
Confidentiality: information is not made available or disclosed to unauthorized individuals, entities or processes.
Integrity: maintenance of the accuracy and completeness of the information and its methods of process.
Availability: access and use of the information and its treatment systems by individuals, entities or authorized processes when required.
Depending on the knowledge of the life cycle of each relevant piece of information, the use of a systematic process, documented and known by the entire organization, must be adopted from a business risk approach. This process is what we refer to as an ISMS.
Therefore, the implementation of an Information Security Management System (ISMS) is the ultimate step for an adequate control of security as a whole.
ISO / IEC 27001 is the most widely used information security management standard in the world.
Having an adequate Information Security Management System allows each company to offer safer or more reliable services or products to its customers.
In many cases, the implementation of an ISMS, following the ISO / IEC 27001 standard, will translate into advantages for our clients, in the contracting process with other collaborating companies since, if they were already certified in said standard, contracting with certified companies would be faster and simpler.
In any case, a correct management of security in the company, provides the following benefits:
Establishment of a clear and structured security management methodology.
Reduction of the loss, theft or corruption of information risk.
Customer access to information through security measures.
Continuous revision of risks and their controls.
Customer and strategic partners trust for the quality and commercial confidentiality guarantee.
External audits help to cyclically identify system weaknesses and areas to be improved.
Possibility of integrating with other management systems (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 …).
Continuity of the necessary business operations after serious incidents.
Compliance with current legislation on personal information, intellectual property and others.
Cost reduction and improvement of processes and services.
Generation of trust and clear rules for the organization’s staff.
Creation of an international picture of the company and stand-out element.
Increase in staff motivation and satisfaction.
Increased security based on process management instead of the systematic purchase of products and technologies.